Resources, Forms and Links
There are a variety of helpful resources for new and experienced 4-H members, from the Sacramento County staff to the University of California web site dedicated to 4-H Youth Development. This page is intended to help you locate and use some of those resources.
On the right you will find a list of links. The first link is to the main California 4-H Youth Development Home page. The other links that follow are direct links to part of this main page.
The link labeled "Forms and Program Publications" links you to the UC 4-H Youth Development web site, this page contains publications that help describe the 4-H program, leaders guides and other publications related to 4-H. As you scan down the page, you will find record book forms, the treasurers manual and enrollment documents.
The link labeled "Resources" links you to a page with links with information organized by who might use it, it also contains links to National 4-H Websites and information on the 4-H Emblem and Seal.
The link labeled "For Youth Members" links you to a page with links to officer manuals, scholarships, public speaking and information about ways that youth can expand their participation in 4-H.
The link labeled "For Adult Volunteers" links you to a page with information for our adult leaders. It includes a section on Orientation, Leader resources, online training modules and local 4-H councils.
In addition to the documents and information available on the web, there a local resources to help answer your questions and concerns. The Community Leaders in your club are a great source of information about the 4-H program. You are sure to find them both helpful and knowledgeable. The staff of the County 4-H Office are also available to answer your questions.